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 December 3, 2015  Business, Non-U.S., Online

Lewis Morgan reports:

Remember the Belgian Facebook case last month that saw Facebook fined a staggering €250,000 a day for using cookies to track the activity of non-users? Well, Facebook has now said it will respond by requiring Belgian Facebook users to be logged in to see any content.

The 9 November court ruling by the Belgian Privacy Commissioner (BPC) gave Facebook 48 hours to comply, or face a daily fine that by now would have reached some €6 million. It is expected that, by complying, Facebook will no longer have to pay up.

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